i have a few shops to rent and with the governments fantastic idea of reducing the empty rates ceiling, i am faced with having to pay full rates on empty commercial units. with the bleak period we've just been through and another looming, commercial space won't be easy to fill.
with this in mind i thought, well, i'm going to have to start a business to fill the space myself.
i guess i'm a bit of a foodie and i'm looking for anyone who thinks they make something thats great. if you make chutney, jam, bread, soup.... if you rear chickens, pigs, cows... if you make one recipe really well, lets talk.
Ooo! Goodie! I'll pass this on to anyone suitable I know, where's the shop?
the shop is at the bottom of Snig Hill. its underneath a beautiful victorian building called the 'Corporation Building'
Drop http://www.madebybrambles.com/ an email
thanks for that. someone has been in touch
is the shop up and running ,
i know someone who does homemade biscuits
i could get you samples the come packaged
the shop isn't up and running. i wanted to see how much interrest was out there before i committed anything to it. i've had very little so far but remain optimistic
Hi...I've just been down to look at your unit and I love it. Would like to meet you and hear your thoughts and plans. Me and my two partners are artisan bakers and have just rented a light industrial unit nearby. We have all worked and trained in wood fired bakeries in Germany, France and of course the UK and we specialize in long fermented breads.
hi, my wife is Thai, and is an absolute genious at thai food.... curries frys... skewers.. etc etc ..
just a thought.... make in bulk .. you freeze or serve next day
hi 7-hills. anytime you'd like to come and have a look inside you would be welcome. refer to message above from szb100 and check out 'made by brambles' could be a match made in heaven, ellabbs i think anything goes so if you'd like to come down with the thai angle you'd be more than welcome. i'd like to discuss any ideas anybody has
I live abroad and can supply you with plum fresh tomato's at a very reasonable price. but they are here and now. they could be with you in a matter of 3-4 days, many vans are traveling back and forth from Bulgaria to uk all the time.
We deal in kilos here and i would need just a few more details and a retainer of 20p per kilo in advance and you would have to pay the driver for transport yourself. at a guess around 50-70 pounds..
so now you would work out all the costs and see if its worth it to you. let me know if you are interested and we will exchange emails and details